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    Default What was the first movie... give you nightmares?

    Back when I was like four there was this Disney movie that scared the hell outta me. Can't remember what it was. The worst nightmares came from Th1rt3en Ghosts... the SECOND time I saw it. I saw it once and I loved it, and then I saw the special features on the DVD with the backstory to each ghost and then I watched the movie again and it scared the hell outta me. Couldn't sleep for two days. Unfortunately those two days happened to be when I was on vacation in Atlanta... so that sucked.

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    metrobluejay is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Ernest Scared Stupid scared me stupid. I couldn't watch it. Though I don't think any movies really gave me nightmares, I guess you could say that the closest that happened was with Titanic.
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    I don't think I've ever gotten a nightmare from a movie, but I can safely say that if you ever want to lie awake in bed, unable to sleep - watch Kill Bill volume 1 in an empty house at 1am. =P It wasn't that I was scared of it, it's... the atmosphere...

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    adonai is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    ^ If I remember correctly I did, though it was more around 2:00 AM.

    I don't think I've had a nightmare inspired by a movie, but then again, I don't remember my dreams or nightmares very well anyways.

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    Nope, neva had a nightmare from a movie.

    My worst nightmares are always about my family dying and I'm usually the last one surviving miraculously.

    Closest thing I can get is when I watched The Ring. I was scared out of my mind. Conveniently, the phone ringed after we watched that movie. I have a GOOD REASON to be scared!

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    spaz4tw is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    darkness falls really got me bad i couldn't sleep that well in the dark for a couple of days ahah

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    The first chuckie movie, i was young and i walked in on someone watching it. All i remember is i didnt like dolls for awhile.

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    darkness falls really got me bad i couldn't sleep that well in the dark for a couple of days ahah
    I share your pain =/
    28 days later also got me

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    The Ring was gay... people scared by that have no guts (unless you're young).

    Alien did it for me though. I was 7. Nuf said.
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    Friday the 13th, that thing scared the living crap out of me as a kid. 5 years old (give or take a year) being forced to watch that movie by evil aunt.
    "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
    Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
    It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.
    We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant,
    gorgeous, talented, fabulous?"
    Actually, who are you not to be?


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